The 43rd edition of WWE Superstars came to you from the Cajundome in Lafayette, LA and from the Baton Rouge River Center in Baton Rouge, LA. Five nights before he makes his final defense of the ECW Title against Ezekiel Jackson in an Extreme Rules Match, ECW Champion Christian faces “The Long Island Loudmouth” Zack Ryder in a non-title match. After being taken out of the Royal Rumble Match at the hands of Jack Swagger, Santino Marella would be out for revenge as he goes one-on-one with “The All-American American”. Cryme Tyme’s JTG would be in action as he faces “The Platinum Superstar” Dolph Ziggler.
- Jack Swagger def. Santino Marella by pin following the Swagger Bomb.
- Non-Title: Christian def. Zack Ryder by pin following the Killswitch.
- Dolph Ziggler def. JTG by pin following the Zig Zag.
- Christian Vs. Zack Ryder
- Dolph Ziggler Vs. JTG
- Jack Swagger Vs. Santino Marella
The opening match of the night was from RAW and it saw Santino Marella going one-on-one with the man who took him out of the Royal Rumble Match three weeks ago on RAW, “The All-American American” Jack Swagger. In the end, Santino’s quest for revenge was to no avail as Jack Swagger planted Santino with the Swagger Bomb en route to picking up the win!
Five nights before he defends the ECW Title for the final time against Ezekiel Jackson in an Extreme Rules Match, ECW Champion Christian went one-on-one with “The Long Island Loudmouth” Zack Ryder, accompanied by Rosa Mendes, in a non-title match. In the end, it was Christian hitting the Killswitch and pinning Zack Ryder to pick up the win over “The Long Island Loudmouth” and pick up momentum heading into his final ECW Title defense this Tuesday night. Can Christian survive the final night of ECW as the ECW Champion or will Ezekiel Jackson become the final ECW Champion by defeating “Captain Charisma” in the Extreme Rules environment?
Then it was time for the main event of the evening as Cryme Tyme’s JTG faced “The Platinum Superstar” Dolph Ziggler in the SmackDown contribution to the show. After hitting the Zig Zag, it was Dolph Ziggler picking up the win over the high-flying JTG in a hard-fought match.